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Mint-Cucumber Mojitos Recipe
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Mint-Cucumber Mojitos

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"This refreshing version of mint mojitos features a springtime kick of cucumber. We love these at special gatherings and summer barbeques. A pitcher of this can be made a few hours in advance--just add alcohol at serving time."

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    15 mins

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  1. Squeeze the lime quarters into a highball glass, and drop the limes into the glass. Add the mint leaves and sugar. Muddle well with the back of a spoon or with a muddler. Place the cucumber slices into the glass, and fill with ice cubes. Pour in the rum, then top off with club soda. Stir gently and serve.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Jun 10, 2008

This can be made for a group by mixing all appropriate amount of servings except for alcohol. Alcohol should be added when pouring servings. If not a fan of cucumber (I highly recommend it though) just omit. Best with crushed ice. They forgot to add all of this during the publishing process. thanks and enjoy~I appreciate any suggestions!

Most Helpful Critical Review
Jul 22, 2015

definitely won't be making this again.


10 Ratings

Aug 05, 2010

Good basic recipe, gives a great starting place with room to play with specifics. I generally prefer to use simple syrup in place of sugar. Simple syrup is easily made at home if you don't want to buy it (just boil 2 parts sugar with 1 part water until disolved, cool, and mix! It can be stored in a clean bottle in the fridge for a couple of weeks.) and adds a more mingled sweetness, since the sugar doesn't usually disolve completely in cold liquids. Try both and pick your preference. Also, if making in advance consider trying it with the alcohol added ahead of time. It gives the flavors a chance to mingle more than if just muddling. A possible variation, if looking for more cucumber flavor; blend cold water with chopped cucumber in a blender and strain out solids. Then you can still add the cucumber for a lovely garnish. (I recommend 2 cups cold water with 1 cup chopped cucumber if making multiples. That should mix 4 mojitos.)

May 01, 2012

This is OUT OF THIS WORLD good! My new favorite drink! The cucumber adds a perfect amount of refreshment and my husband even liked it. Definitely a great drink to share with girlfriends--thanks for posting your recipe!!

May 12, 2012

This is so delicious, and so refreshing, I'll be making this all summer long. Thanks for sharing!

Jun 06, 2015

Wow, so good. I added the cucumbers early and it gave it a nice refreshing kick.

Sep 13, 2013

THis was DElish! will make again. Very refreshing.

Jun 18, 2013

Awesome! Great for a hot summer evening!


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